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November 8, 1945

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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER: Hollywood Adds 'Atomic' Touch to Nation's Strikes Supreme Court Visits Prcsident DeGaulle Stays In As all productions from Hollywood must no longer be considered colossal but "atomic," the strikers at the motion picture plants have led the way in proving to the world that they can put on an "atomic" strike. Shown above were sit-down strikers who blocked the main entrance to Warner Bros Burbank, during the height of their strike. Deputy sheriffs who did not a.pprove of the blockade are shown removing some of the strikers fron~ the entrance. Honolulu Now Has Largest Airport in the World One of the first photos of the John Rogers airport in Honolulu to be released since before the war. The largest in the worl& the airport is truly the crossroads of the Pacific, and it is here that Hawaiians will greet many of the delegates to the United Nations organization if their proposal to the Preparations committee, meeting in London, to make Hawaii permanent UNO headquarters is accepted. S They're Here Today Gone Tomorrow If you are mentally agile, perhaps you can keep up with the Argen- tine situation. Here is Vice Adm. Hector Mernengo Lima, who became minister of the navy in the coup which ousted Vice Pres. Juan Peron for a short time. When Peron returned to office the admiral was arrested. Women's U. S. Softball Champions Led Kachin Rangers Capt. Charles Coussoule, who was a leader of the famed Kachin Rang- ers who snaked through swampy Burma Jungles to beat the Japs at their own game. He has returned lo his home at Indiana, Pa. From Beat to Opera Thc Jax maids of New Orleans, who drove to the U. 8. softball cham- pionship to make ~t the third year in the last four that they have won. They won in 1942 ~nd 1943. The bevy of beauties hammered out a win over the Toronto club, also winning the title of world's champions. Nine Korgan of the Jax allowed but two bits by the Toronto lassies. lan Cosman, Manhattan patrol- man, who made his operatic debut as Turlddu in "CavallerJa Rusti- cana," with the New York City Op- era company. He has been on the force seven years. Pictured when the Supreme court justices paid annual visit to the President. Front row, 1. to r.: Chief Justice Stone, President Truman, Justice Black, Justice Frankfurter. Second row: Justice Reed, Jus- tice Burton, Justice Rutledge, Justice Murphy. Top row: Justice Doug- las, C. E. Cropley, court clerk; J. H. McGrath, E. Waggaman and Tom C. Clark. MacArthur Reforms Japan's Cabinet In more ways than one General MacArthur has reformed the Japa- nese cabinet. He removed most of the personnel and those he let stay, he reformed. They are shown as they were formally inducted into office on the grounds of the prime minister's residence in Tokyo. General Mac- Arthur says they shall stay in office only so long as they co-operate. Promises Defense Against the Atom The Crosby Research foundation has announced that they have a so- lution for the atomic bomb. They need not know where the bomb is coming from. Their defense will prevent its arrival. Shown in the picture is one of the Crosby brothers and helper examining model Jet automobile, one of the new products of the Crosby Research foundation, which aided atomic experiments. From Small Orphans to Their Father "."~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~:~'. ~:~.~:!:.:i :.i:: : ~!i!~!~iiiii~i::i::::: ::- ?~. i:: ~i:: This is an orphan's grace, and judging from the expressions it should be a matter of top priority. These children are some of the 50 war- destitute orpha~ls in Dr. Barnard's home in Kelvedon, England. Grace before a meal is an important part of the children's training. Man, of the English orphans are being aided by help sent from the United States. Gen. Charles de Gaulle is shown Just before he was retained head of the French government, at the first election of the Fourth Republic. His party did not fare as well as the general. Navy's Izaak Walton ::~:::::~:~:::~:~ ~. ".~ :~: ~:::::~ :::: $: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::. .::?.: ~ :::: ~::::::: :: : ::::::;:::~.::~:. ~ .:~:i~:::~,::::~:::: P "Skip" Parker, one of the experts at the navy's Seagate hosl~ital, near New York's Coney Island, lends a helping hand--and teeth~to "Crip" Groves in preparing his tackle. "Crip" is an expert caster, even though he has to do it from crutches. Canine Vet Uses Head "Lucky" demonstrates why he was successful in helping his mas- ter, Roy Newman, of Chicago, in- struct other canines in the art of war. "Lucky" understands more than 100 different commands and, can and does carry all of them out when given. President Escapes President lsias Medinaw Angarita of Venezuela, who fled from his Mlraflores residence before it was taken over by rebels in a military revolt against the government.